Leeds United have agreed a new deal with midfielder Mateusz Klich, that is according to a report from Football Insider.
The Pole is a regular for the Whites and looks set to extend his stay in West Yorkshire by signing a new contract.
The report from Football Insider suggests that the club have been in talks with Klich since August regarding a new contract and that they have now finally agreed terms.
It is thought that Klich will receive a significant pay rise as part of the new deal, whilst it will also end any uncertainty about his future with his current contract set to expire next summer.
Are Leeds destined for another season in the Championship?
The Polish international would become the fifth player to pen new terms at Elland Road this season as the Whites look to tie down their top talent.
Kalvin Phillips was the first player to be given fresh terms, signing a deal which will keep him at the club until 2024 (via BBC Sport).
Klich hasn’t been at his best this season. Indeed, he has managed to score just one goal and provide one assist despite starting all 14 of Leeds’ Championship fixtures so far (via Transfermarkt).
However, he was vital for Marcelo Bielsa last season as the team finished in third place, scoring 10 goals and creating eight assists (Transfermarkt).
At 29-years-old it is surely just a matter of time before Klich rediscovers his best form. He remains a key member of the squad for Leeds and keeping him at the club for a longer period makes sense given how integral he seems to be for Bielsa – he has played their last 60 league games in a row (Transfermarkt).
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